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FREE BITCOIN MINING

​These Bitcoin mines work a lot like a faucet. The difference is these earn you money when you're sleeping.

 

 

Best practice : Hold down the Ctrl button and the click each of the mines. They will then open in another window.

 

 

MinerFarm

Ok this by far my favorite you get a nice 10GHS to get you started and with 10ghs costing 0.01Btc each its easy to convert your satoshi into Bitmining.

 

Ok an update on this one you need to set up a second account to earn your extra bonus' ask in the minerFarm chat room in the game.

Eobot is an easy way to mine BTC and other cryptocurrency you can mine or hash with cloud mining or hook up your PC and use any CPU or GPU to mine any coin, SHA-256 or Scrypt and theres no limit to the number of PC's you use so dig em out the garage and get started

BitFactory are quite new and un tested in the mining world they use a game interface so it looks a bit better than the normal run of the mill places

Ore-Mine.org - Scammers now gone in to hiding sorry to all those that may have lost a little coinage. This is a main reason to always spread it thinly.

CLDMine Is another great starter they give you a free start so you can mine USD,BTC,LTC,DOGE,WMZ and SCRYPT to get even fast speeds

What is bitcoin mining or bitmining?

Bitcoin mining is the processing of transactions in the digital currency system, in which the records of current bitcoin transactions, known as a blocks, are added to the record of past transactions, known as the block chain.

A Bitcoin is defined by the digitally signed record of its transactions, starting with its creation. The block is an encrypted hash proof of work, created in a compute-intensive process. Miners use software that accesses their processing capacity to solve transaction-related alogorythm . In return, they are awarded a certain number of Bitcoins per block. The block chain prevents attempts to spend a Bitcoin more than once -- otherwise the digital currency could be counterfeited by copy and paste.

Originally, Bitcoin mining was conducted on the CPU's of individual computers, with more cores and greater speed resulting in more profitability. After that, the system became dominated by multi-graphics card systems, then field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA's) and finally application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC's), in the attempt to find more hashes with less electrical power usage. 

Due to this constant escalation, it has become hard for prospective new miners to start. This adjustable difficulty is an intentional mechanism created to prevent inflation. To get around that problem, individuals often work in mining pools.

Bitcoin generally started with individuals and small organizations mining.

 

At that time, start-up could be enabled by a single high-end gaming system. Now, however, larger mining organizations might spend tens of thousands on one high-performance, specialized computer.

Electronic money, or e-money, is the money balance recorded electronically on a stored-value card. These cards have microprocessors embedded which can be loaded with a monetary value. Another form of electronic money is network money, software that allows the transfer of value on computer networks, particularly the internet. Electronic money is a floating claim on a private bank or other financial institution that is not linked to any particular account. Examples of electronic money are bank deposits, electronic funds transfer, direct deposit, payment processors, and digital currencies.

Mining


HashRate: The Hash is the mathematical problem the miner's computer needs to work out. Think of them as transactions that need to be verified. The Hash Rate is the speed at which these problems are being solved. The more miners that join the Bitcoin network or pool; the higher the network Hash Rate is.
 

Bitcoins per Block: Each time a problem is solved or transaction verified an amount of bitcoins is created. The number of bitcoins generated per block started at 50 and is halved every 210,000 blocks (about four years). The current number of bitcoins awarded per block is 25.
 
 
Block Chain: The block chain is kept complete by repeatedly verifying and collecting newly broadcast transactions in to the already named block
 

Bitcoin Difficulty: new bitcoins every and being created about every 10 minutes.If the Hash stayed the same then the hash rate would be so high making the coins worthless so what happens is the diffulculty to mine gets harder and harder.
 
 
Electricity: Computers fans lights everything takes power you need to be aware of this cost if you are mining from your home PC
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